Linear Momentum in Collisions
Goal: To investigate the Law of Conservation of Linear Momentum in collisions
Simulation Use the following link;
https:/phet.colorado.edu/sims/collision-lab/collision-lab_en.html
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Theory
Preliminary Settings.
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ADDITION OF FORCES
Translational Equilibrium:
Whenever two or more forces pull or push at a common point and there is no acceleration, the forces must be balancing each
other. If you analyze the situation along the x-axis, all the forces (or components
Activity 1: Addition of Vectors
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From the bucket to the right, drag vectors with the following components
A= (5,8), B= (-7,15), and C= (7,-15).
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What are their x- and y-components? What are the x- and y-components
of A+B and A+C? Record your calculati
CALCULATION PROBLEM:
To study vector addition by: 1) Graphical means 2) Using components and 3) Using a
circular force table. Our group used all three methods to double check and evaluate the exact
values. This is the graph of the vectors given. The scale
CALCULATION PROBLEM:
To study vector addition by: 1) Graphical means 2) Using components and 3) Using a
circular force table. Our group used all three methods to double check and evaluate the exact
values. This is the graph of the vectors given. The scale
Hesham Kassim Lab 4
Conservation of Energy
Simulation Used: The Ramp from the PhET at the University of Colorado.
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Initial settings:
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Choose an object from the list on the right and write down its mass, and the
coefficient of friction.
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Set the
HESHAM KASSIM
You will be starting with a crate that has a mass of 100 kg and a coefficient
of sliding friction of 0.3 and a coefficient of static friction of 0.5
1. Draw the Free Body Diagram (a picture showing the forces on the crate)
before you apply a